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Octopus vulgaris. Photo: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Octopus2.jpg">Albert Kok</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Octopus vulgaris. Photo: Albert Kok, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Octopuses are amazingly smart, and just amazing

The octopus has held a fascination for people throughout the ages. Martha Foley describes a surfside encounter with beauty, and Dr. Curt Stager talks about the unusual qualities of this shelless mollusk, from its discernible intelligence to its oddball but efficient anatomy.  Go to full article

Natural Selections: Adirondack Trout, pt. 1

Martha Foley and Dr. Curt Stager talk about trout biology and habitat in the Adirondacks.  Go to full article

Natural Selections: Adirondack Trout, pt. 2

Martha Foley and Dr. Curt Stager continue a discussion about trout biology and habitat in the Adirondacks.  Go to full article

Natural Selections: Mollusks

Scallops swim free and have many eyes, clams live buried in sand, and mussels cement themselves to rocks. Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley talk about the eminently edible members of the mollusk family.  Go to full article

Natural Selections: Lobsters

Lobster is the king of seafood in the U.S., and exists in abundance as human fishing wipes out their natural predators. Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley talk crustaceans.  Go to full article

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